Luke Walker: animal stick up for-er

vegan story for children  vegan kids' story  vegan kids' story  vegan kids' story  vegan story for children  vegan short stories for children           

**********************

Luke Walker in paperback:

The first eight chapters:  Luke Walker: animal stick up for-er

Chapters nine to sixteen:  More Luke Walker: animal stick up for-er

and if you want to join Luke’s secret society, you should have a copy of

Luke Walker: animal stick up for-er: MY PRIVUT NOTEBOOK 🙂

   

All are available from Amazon in the UK, Europe, the USA and Canada but if you don’t like buying things online get in touch to mail order them through us 🙂

******************

Thanks to the creators of the fonts used in these books who made them available for free:

poilet taper and Idolwild by Jakob Fischer of pizzadude.dk

2Dumb and Impact Label by Michael Tension

1942 report by person or persons unknown

HVD PEACE by Hannes Von Döhren

Kingthings Trypewriter 2 by Kevin King of kingthingsfonts.co.uk

Disgusting Behavior and AUdimat by Eduardo Recife of misprintedtype.com

Daniel by Daniel Midgley of goodreasonblog.blogspot.com

Digory Doodles from fontsquirrel.com

Alex Brush by TypeSETit of typesetit.com

Gondola SD Swash by Steve Deffeyes of deffeyes.com

Caprice by George Williams at 1001fonts.com

TOP SECRET by Koczman Bálint

Promocyja – public domain font

and thanks to fontsquirrel for distributing them 🙂

**************************************

children’s stories, children’s book, vegan children’s books, vegan children’s stories, vegan naughty boy, vegan children’s adventures

21 thoughts on “Luke Walker: animal stick up for-er

  1. My daughter ( 7 yrs ) and I just finished reading More Luke Walker Animal Stick Up for – Er. While we are so grateful that you came out with this second book so quickly……. we are now waiting with bated breath for the next one!!!! Blush Blush, no pressure or anything :). Ok, so this book was more intense than the first, dealing with more dramatic, blatant, risk taking acts of animal rights activism. At one or two points in the story my sensitive daughter was too scared to go on, fearing Luke might find himself in some real hot water. In the end I think what stands out, what comes to the foreground, is the place of innocence, of untainted youthful compassion that knows beyond a shadow of a doubt what is right and what is wrong, where all the acts of defiance emerge from. Once again Luke has touched and inspired us with his intuitive understanding of what kindness and respect means, and the way he takes up the gauntlet to bravely make the world a better place. I LOVED the ending!

    Thank you so much

    Liked by 1 person

    • Thank you sooo much for this in-depth feedback, it really does mean the world to us, I can’t tell you how happy we are that you and your little one enjoyed it so much. You’re right, this one is more intense than the first and I was worried it might be too sad at times for your little seven year old, so I am relieved that she was able to continue to a hopeful ending. Luke will be back certainly, thanks to such encouraging words as yours ❤ ❤

      Like

  2. My 7 year old daughter (vegan from birth) and I just finished reading Luke Walker: Animal stick up for-er. We just loved it. I’m quick to tear up so I had to pause my reading many times to compose myself lol. We love Luke!! What a wonderful, inspiring young hero / role model.

    Please write many more Luke Walker books.
    Thank you very much,
    P and L

    Liked by 1 person

Comments welcome

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

w

Connecting to %s